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Nicholas Mokwena
  • Khama rubbishes claims

    Former President, Ian Khama has dismissed claims that he had wanted to meet President of the Republic of Estonia, Alar Karis ahead of the latter's four days state visit in Botswana.Karis and First Lady, Sirje Karis began their state visit to...

  • Botswana vows to exploit coal resources

    Vice President Slumber Tsogwane has reaffirmed Botswana’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions, but warned that the country will continue to exploit its coal resources to meet its energy needs.When delivering a keynote address at a conference...

  • Primary elections exemptions ignite unrest within BPF

    A decision by the Botswana Patriotic Front (BPF) National Executive Committee (NEC) to exempt some of its councillors from undergoing primary elections, continues to threaten the party’s stability. About 13 BPF councillors have been exempted from...

  • Broke IEC struggles to pay registration clerks

    The IEC, which has been under fire since last year, is at it again as the Commission is struggling to pay the voter registration clerks that were engaged during the exercise that started in January and ended early February. Botswana Guardian has...

  • Gambling Authority participates in ICE London 2024

    Gambling Authority Chief Executive Officer, Peter Kesitilwe will make a presentation at the World Regulatory Briefing - the world’s largest gaming conference and expo which is attended by over 45 000 Gambling and gaming professionals.ICE is the...

  • Botswana to benefit from SADC Standby force depot

    Botswana has been given the honour to host the SADC Standby Force Regional Logistics Depot.Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr Lemogang Kwape confirmed this, adding that Botswana allocated 19 hectares of land in Rasesa village in the Kgatleng tribal area...

  • The Judiciary in a disgrace state - LSB

    The Law Society of Botswana (LSB) has labelled the current state of the judiciary as a disgrace and lamentable, and that the year 2023 marred it with unacceptable situations, which to date the AoJ has not addressed.It says in the first quarter of...

  • Progression of students causes confusion at BIUST

    Tempers are high at the Botswana International University of Technology (BIUST) as Senate Executive clash with Level 100 Course Coordinators over progression of first year students.The BIUST Senate Executive met on the 19th of January 2024 and...

  • Changing technology threatens data protection

    HardPro (Pty) Ltd Senior System Specialist, Dennis Dube says there are a lot of trends as far as technology is concerned and it is always important for internet users to be aware of their environment.Dube said it is of paramount importance especially...

  • Earth tremors continue to haunt Selibe Phikwe

    The lives of residents of Selibe Phikwe are under threat following the recurrence of tremors.Between the years 2017 and 2019 Selibe Phikwe experienced an unpleasant occurrence of earth tremors. Around December 2023, residents of Selebi Phikwe...

  • Gambling Authority participates in ICE London 2024

    Gambling Authority Chief Executive Officer, Peter Kesitilwe will make a presentation at the World Regulatory Briefing - the world’s largest gaming conference and expo which is attended by over 45 000 Gambling and gaming professionals.ICE is the...

  • Opposition slams IEC over stolen voter registration books

    Opposition parties have expressed concern and condemned the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) over the stolen voter registration books.IEC admitted this week that some voter registration books have been stolen from one of their clerks in...

  • BOSETU will sue for multiple titling and review

    Botswana Sector of Educators Trade Union (BOSETU) has threatened to take legal action against government if their demand for teachers to be paid their arrears for multiple titling and grading is not honoured.Government has for long stated that work...

  • Minister Segokgo, Tlokweng Council chairman clash

    Tension continue to grow between Member of Parliament for Tlokweng, who is also Minister of Communications, Knowledge and Technology Thulaganyo Segokgo and some of his councillors.Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) in Tlokweng Constituency last year...

  • MPs ignore Parliament’s clerk threats

    Members of Parliament have allegedly ignored a savingram from the Clerk of the National Assembly threatening disciplinary action against public servants at constituency offices who are actively participating in politics.Parliament Clerk Barbara...

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